Three fox playing cards Victorian animal families game - Illustration

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Stock illustration ID:180849991
Upload date:September 14, 2013

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Meet the foxes. Here are Mr. Fox, Mrs. Vixen and Baby Cub, one of seventeen animal families in a Victorian card game called Noah's Ark, a sort of 'Happy families'. They are original, by the manufacturer Thomas de la Rue, from a pack recently found in a very old attic. They are printed by chromolithography, the print method of the time.
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